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Group Therapy

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Neurodivergent Social Process Group

Welcome to our community tailored for individuals with ASD, PDD-NOS, and NVLD who are eager to enhance their social connectivity and forge deeper connections with others.

After a hiatus due to the pandemic, we're thrilled to announce our return!

This group is designed to provide a platform for you to engage with fellow community members, explore shared interests, and cultivate the essential skills needed for building successful relationships.

Gathering weekly throughout the academic semesters, including summer, this is your opportunity to not only develop valuable social skills but also discover more about yourself. As you interact with other motivated individuals who are navigating the transition to adulthood, you'll gain insights that can enrich your journey towards greater independence.

We can't wait to have you join us on this path of exploration and empowerment. Let's build meaningful connections and foster personal growth together.

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What to Expect

 

Prior to starting the group, you will meet one-on-one with me to answer any questions you may have and determine if this group is a good fit.

I will also let you know the form and function of the group so that you feel comfortable at your first session.

After you have decided to join, the group will meet weekly during the academic semesters.

Each session of the group will be a set of predetermined activities, so you don’t have to plan anything before coming.

Currently Accepting Applications

Social Anxiety Recovery Group

What is Social Anxiety: How does it feel?

Have you been diagnosed with Social Anxiety Disorder, or do you suspect you may have this condition?

Social anxiety is a treatable condition that doesn’t have to hamper your life. Social anxiety is not just shyness, it is a condition where social interactions cause significant dread and get in the way of everyday life, robbing us of our potential.

Since the pandemic and increasing number of us are having trouble getting back into our social lives. Even if we didn’t imagine ourselves with social anxiety, the effect of the past few years may have caused us to worry more significantly about relationships than we used to.

If this sounds like you, please come and meet like-minded individuals, in a safe and supportive environment.

Together we will work on improving our social skills, decreasing our anxiety, and developing our ability to make deeper more meaningful connections.

What to Expect

 

Prior to starting the group, you will meet one-on-one with me to answer any questions you may have.

I will also let you know the form and function of the group so that you feel comfortable at your first session.

After you have decided to join, the group will meet weekly during the academic semester.

Each session of the group will be a set of predetermined activities, so you don’t have to plan anything before coming.

Level 1: for new members to the social anxiety group.

 

Level 2: for ongoing members wishing to maintain and continue to build social skills and overcome social anxiety.

If you are not a college-age person but think you would benefit from this group, please contact to join waiting list for social anxiety adults' group.

Currently Accepting Applications

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